Friday, February 5

This is incredibly painful to watch

If you've read this Blog for a while you will know I lost my beloved Staffordshire bull terrier Daisy in an accident last summer. Unless you're a dog owner, it's impossible to understand the desolation you feel after a loved pet's death. I took the liberty of copying this link from Max's 4Q blog as I found it so moving.

Last Minutes with ODEN from phos pictures on Vimeo.

6 comments:

lofimofo said...

Horribly beautiful. I had to re-blog it from Max as well. I'm fearing that this time is nearing me... again.
I believe that who-ever, or what-ever is in charge of this mess of an existence we live, gave us dogs to teach us how to love and how to be more human. They are always there for us no matter how they feel, no matter how we feel, no matter how mean or fucked-up we are to them sometimes… they still love, and love hard. Unconditionally.

How do we recover from this?

Scarlett said...

Such a beautiful, moving little film, it brought it all back to me. Really sad stuff...

drsprocket said...

Guy, three things. Got the package yesterday, thank you. Got an old business card a couple years ago from a very old man named George at the Oly meet in PA. He taught me it's bobjob because bobbers are for fishing. Card is stuck above my desk. It's B&D (small world). Saw that video at Max's. I've lost at least 20 over this long life of mine. Alway's rescues. Lost a daughter and mother a few years back from bone cancer, same front right as Oden. This hit too close to home. It's the hardest thing one ever has to deal with short of the passing of a loved two legged friend or family member. Hold them close, they know it(LOVE). Rich

Rowan said...

i have Nº 7 at the moment, so yeah 4 times i been down that road, 2 were natural causes.... Guy that video did me up like little else can... bought it all back.... i'm in pieces now.....

Steve@strathbran said...

Kerry (with me for 21 years) R.I.P
:-(

rlalor said...

Very sad, but what a noble act of kindness to stay with him till the end. A true dog lover will put the pets best interest up front. Hope time will heal your pain. Went thru the same thing a few months ago with my Chessie "Sturgis" still find it hard to move forward. Be safe, you will see him at the bridge!...........Rick